GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET MVC based Front-End Powered by GroupDocs.Total

The GroupDocs team is always motivated to provide extra ordinary solutions to its users, in this regard we are glad to announce the front-end sample project for the ASP.NET MVC developers for GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET API. Although GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET and GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET APIs have been used to develop this UI Example, but mainly the purpose for this release is to empower the developers to write their own document comparison front-end using GroupDocs.
January 19, 2017 · 2 min · Muhammad Rizwan

Seamlessly Build an ASP.NET Document Viewer to Display Over 50 Types of Documents, Including PDF, Microsoft Word and Excel

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET is a web-oriented middleware designed to display over 50 different document types in a browser. It is a client-server library that converts documents into an HTML-compatible format and then renders them in a browser just as a regular web-page. As a result, you don’t have to install any third-party software or browser plugins on the client. Documents can be viewed from any modern web-browser, including IE8+, Chrome, FireFox, Opera, Safari 5+ and their mobile versions.
November 13, 2014 · 1 min · Denis Gvardionov

Integrate GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Into Your GetSimple CMS Seamlessly

We’re pleased to inform GetSimple developers that the .NET version of GroupDocs.Viewer can be seamlessly integrated into their websites thanks to a plugin we released a few weeks ago. With this plugin installed, you can embed and display over 50 types of documents and images on any page within your website. To name a few, supported formats include: PDF and Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Visio diagrams and CAD drawings.
October 24, 2014 · 1 min · Derek Hyland

Loading Documents from Streams with the GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Library

Greetings! As you may noticed, in most GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET sample projects, target documents are presented in the form of files. They are usually placed in the “testfiles” folder, which is specified in the Global.asax. So you might think that GroupDocs.Viewer can work with files only. But this is not true - GroupDocs.Viewer can also load documents from byte streams (System.IO.Stream). Moreover, there are no limitations on the type of stream: whether it’s a FileStream, a MemoryStream or a NetworkStream - GroupDocs.
September 8, 2014 · 2 min · Denis Gvardionov

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Extension Is Now Available for Magento Developers

We are pleased to announce the release of the extension that allows Magento developers to seamlessly integrate GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET into their websites. The extension has been approved by the Magento admins and is now available for download from the official Magento marketplace. With this extension installed, developers can embed and display 50+ types of documents and images on any page within their Magento websites. Supported document formats include PDF, Microsoft Word.
September 1, 2014 · 1 min · Derek Hyland

PimCore Extension for Easy Integration of the GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Library Is Now Available for Download

We’re pleased to announce the release of the PimCore extension for the .NET version of our HTML5 document viewer. PimCore developers can now seamlessly integrate the viewer’s functionality into their projects. Once installed, you will be able to embed and display almost 50 types of documents, including PDF and Microsoft Office, in your website or web app. This extension compliments the cloud-based one, which we’ve released earlier. So, from now you can choose between two deployment options: a cloud on-demand service or the downloadable .
June 20, 2014 · 1 min · Derek Hyland

The .NET Version of the GroupDocs HTML5 Document Viewer Can Now Be Seamlessly Integrated into Joomla! CMS

Greetings! We have good news for Joomla! developers. Recently we’ve released an extension which helps you to easily integrate the .NET version of the GroupDocs HTML5 document viewer into Joomla! websites. And now we are glad to announce that the extension is published and available for download from the official Joomla! marketplace. Unlike the cloud-based extension released earlier, this one integrates the downloadable .NET version of the GroupDocs.Viewer. It allows you to store and host documents on your (or your clients’) servers.
June 13, 2014 · 1 min · Derek Hyland

GroupDocs.Viewer 2.0 - New Features and Improvements in the Document Viewer for .NET Library (Part B)

Greetings!This is Part B of my post looking at the new features and enhancements to the GroupDocs document viewer for .NET version 2.0. For those of you who missed my previous post, please find it here. This time I’m going to continue describing the core updates that the library has seen in the second major release. So, here we go: Enhanced Text Search OptionsGroupDocs.Viewer 2.0 includes a lot of helpful text search improvements.
May 22, 2014 · 6 min · Denis Gvardionov

GroupDocs.Viewer 2.0 - Enhancements and New Features in the Document Viewer for .NET Library (Part A)

Greetings!We’re pleased to announce a major update of the GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET library: version 2.0. This version of the document viewer has a lot of new features, improvements and bug fixes. You’ll find a complete list of updates and the new library itself here. In this and the next article, I’d like to take a closer look at the updates that I think you’ll be the most interested. So here we go:
May 20, 2014 · 7 min · Denis Gvardionov

Stripping GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Functionality Down to a Lightweight Document Embedding Tool

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET is a web-oriented framework which provides ample possibilities to view a wide variety of documents in a web-browser, including PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, AutoCAD and many more. However, quite often there are situations when you are looking for a simple and quick solution and don’t need all the functionality that comes with a library. In case of GroupDocs.Viewer, for example, you may not want to use iframes on your pages, or add a lot of additional JavaScript and CSS files, which are used by GroupDocs.
April 8, 2014 · 1 min · Denis Gvardionov